McGill University was founded in 1821 and has since grown to include multiple campuses, faculties, stadiums, as well as the Art and Heritage Centre within the Montréal General Hospital (MGH).While in Montréal, From Vimy to Juno will be on display in Livingston Hall, on the 6th floor of the MGH.
Affiliated with McGill University since 1832, the MGH has welcomed a number of notable physicians through its doors. Before enlisting in the First World War and writing his famous poem “In Flanders Fields,” John McCrae served as the resident pathologist at the MGH. Because of his close relationship with the hospital, today MGH commemorate this connection through their artifact collection, Remembrance Day events, and temporary exhibits.
For more information about the Art and Heritage Centre or the Montréal General Hospital, contact Karine Raynor, Curator of the MGH Art and Heritage Centre, at 514-934-1934 ext. 71478 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
From Vimy to Juno can be accessed by visitors in Livingston Hall between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm.
The Art and Heritage Centre at The Montreal General Hospital
Livingston Hall, 6th Floor
1650 Avenue Cedar, Montréal. QC H3G 1A4
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
(Some exceptions apply)
For More Information
For additional information, please visit the The Art and Heritage Centre at The Montreal General Hospital website.